The best tongue-in-cheek commentary on the news of the day published this year by The Straits Times' comic artists: Chew Chee, Miel, Francisco and Adam.
Chee Chew's take on...
Aug 17: Websites that match young women to rich men are boasting lists with hundreds from Singapore, leading to calls for them to be banned. Read more here.
Sept 14: Cosplay characters and toy launches drew 45,000 visitors to the annual Singapore Toy, Game & Comic Convention. Read more here.
Oct 12: The Land Transport Authority extends scheme to 15 stations, up from five, following "positive commuter feedback". Read more here.
Miel's take on...
Aug 7: Singapore Botanic Gardens clinches prestigious Unesco World Heritage site status. Read more here.
Aug 20: The famous lone #instagramtree of Punggol which died after being struck by lightning. Read more here.
Nov 4: Nature Society's bird group officially announced the unofficial nomination of the Crimson Sunbird as national bird of Singapore. Read more here.
Nov 9: The Straits Times interviewed a local karung guni man who, inspired by Jackson Pollock, creates beautiful artwork as well as selling his wares at the Sungei Road Thieves' Market. Watch here.
Francisco's take on...
Aug 8: SG50's National Day Parade celebrations
Aug 27: The Monetary Authority of Singapore misspelled the name of Singapore's first President Yusof Ishak twice on the packaging for the SG50 commemorative notes sets. Read more here.
Sept 24: Volkswagen emissions-cheating scandal, dubbed by some as the "diesel dupe", meant more pollutants from VW cars were released into the air than previously declared . Read more here.
Oct 8: Supermarkets in Singapore including NTUC FairPrice and Sheng Siong pulled the plug on pulp and paper products of haze-linked firms in October this year. Read more here.
Oct 29: Land Transport Authority announced on Oct 28 that from Nov 1, vehicles with illegal modifications are to undergo more frequent inspections. Read more here.
Adam's take on...
Sept 14: The 2015 General Election saw a surprise national swing towards the People’s Action Party. Read more here.
Oct 17: World Health Organisation declared processed and red meat as carcinogenic in October. Read more here.
Aug 10: Singaporean’s marked this year’s National Day with a four-day long weekend to ensure there was plenty of time to celebrate SG50. Read more here.
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